A Completely Personalized Learning Experience

Personalization goes beyond the curriculum covered in our one-to-one classrooms, it is incorporated into every part of the educational experience. During the initial meeting with your family, we will talk about hopes and goals for your school choice and work together to create a path that makes sense for your child.

Schedules can be customized, based on availability, for time of day or year that work best for your student and family. Inside the classroom our teachers personalize teaching style and subject matter to suit each individual student. Students revisit and reassess goals throughout the school year with their lead teacher, who has collaborated with other teachers to create a complete support team.

91 %

of students, after three months at Fusion, feel listened to and that they are treated with respect by their teachers.

80 %

of students feel what they’re learning relates to their interests after three months, compared to 39% before Fusion.

95 %

of students, after three months at Fusion, feel they are getting the academic support they need to be successful.


Bloom’s Two Sigma Problem

Educational Psychologist Benjamin Bloom published a study demonstrating that one-to-one instruction results in student outcomes two standard deviations higher than group instruction. His research shows that the average student receiving one-to-one instruction will outperform 98 percent of all other students in traditional group instruction. He considered it a problem that no method of instruction is as effective as one-to-one.

What One-to-One Looks Like

Fusion classes are one-to-one: one student and one teacher per classroom. Teachers personalize instruction for every child's unique strengths, interests, and learning style. In this environment, teachers are able to mentor students to help them reach their social, emotional, and academic goals. Course work is completed on campus in our Homework Café® which also acts as the social hub of our school.

Ready to Experience a Personalized Education?

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